Building Applications in PowerShell Online Training
This advanced Microsoft Building Applications in PowerShell prepares software developers and systems administrators to harness PowerShell's potential to build their own applications, automate otherwise redundant tasks, and pull data from their networks.
Assuming you're not already using it, the odds are excellent that you've at least heard of PowerShell. In the IT world, there aren't many tools that are as ubiquitous and powerful as PowerShell is. Many sysadmins know the PowerShell commands that can automate some redundant tasks or access user information on their networks. But the strength of PowerShell really shines through with writing custom applications that do that work for you.
This Building Applications in PowerShell training will show you how to write programs that do all the heavy lifting of automating business-critical tasks on every Windows PC across your organization's wide area networks.
After finishing this Microsoft training, you'll know how to harness PowerShell's potential and build your own applications to do management for you, automate otherwise redundant tasks, and pull data from your network.
For anyone who manages their Microsoft training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Building Applications in PowerShell: What You Need to Know
This Building Applications in PowerShell training has videos that cover Microsoft automation tools topics including:
- Understanding PowerShell Terminal User Interfaces (TUIs)
- Retrieving and using child items from inside containers
- Scripting cmdlets to automate, scale management and access information
- Exploring the VSCode PowerShell extension features
Who Should Take Building Applications in PowerShell Training?
This Building Applications in PowerShell training is considered advanced-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for software developers and systems administrators. This PowerShell skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with Microsoft automation tools and experienced systems administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring systems administrators. If you're a brand new systems administrator, learning how to build applications in PowerShell is going to be something you eventually learn. With this Building Applications in PowerShell training, you can ensure that you learn it on your terms, rather than on-the-job with a supervisor breathing down your neck. PowerShell is a pillar of systems administration, start your road to mastery of it with this training.
Experienced systems administrators. If you're a systems administrator with a few years of experience already under your belt, hopefully you've already got some PowerShell experience. When it comes to automating redundant tasks, managing environments at scale or accessing user data, PowerShell's value can't be overstated. It's okay if you haven't dedicated yourself to building applications in PowerShell before now, because with this training you'll be up to speed and automating environments faster and easier than before.